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Israel 2018

By Bob Gorelik

Some readers have asked if Skip and I will do another Israel tour. There is a possibility to do a tour in late October 2018, but it depends on interest (i.e, the number of people who would go) and schedules for Skip and me. This post is simply a way to determine how many people […]

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Two Kinds of Knives

By Bob Gorelik

This is a re-post from the Dry Bones Blog Chief PLO negotiator Saeb Erekat, 62, suffers from pulmonary fibrosis, which is characterized by the development of scars in lung tissue which makes it difficult for them to function properly.

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US Senate passes bill to stop ‘sick’ Palestinian terror salaries

By Bob Gorelik

This is a re-post from World Israel News Congressmen unequivocally condemn official Palestinian salary-for-terror policy, as the Taylor Force Act passes a key hurdle. By: Ben Cohen, The Algemeiner

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What’s happening in Jerusalem?

By Bob Gorelik

From This Explains That Facebook page WATCH: What's causing the violence in Jerusalem?Like This Explains That for more powerful stories. Posted by This Explains That on Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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Murder on the Temple Mount

By Bob Gorelik

This is a re-post from the Dry Bones Blog The July 21 1951 news report in the Guardian: King Abdullah of Jordan was assassinated by an Arab yesterday at the entrance to the El Aqsa Mosque, in the Old City of Jerusalem. The assassin, who had hidden behind the main gate of the mosque, shot at […]

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Increase AmazonSmile Donations on Prime Day

By Bob Gorelik

Increase AmazonSmile Donations on Prime Day Amazon’s Prime Day is here! Deals start at 9:00 pm ET tonight, July 10 and runs through July 11. Prime Day is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Remind your supporters to shop at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate to Eshav Books. Click on this image […]

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New episode of the Joshua and Caleb report.

By Bob Gorelik

This is a re-post from Hayovel The next episode of the Joshua & Caleb Report is here! Come along for a fun and exciting tour with Luke Hilton and Caleb Waller as they visit the wineries nestled amongst the hills of the Shomron Mountains that run through the heart of the land of Israel. Each […]

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In loving memory of my precious “Dodi” (my beloved)

By Bob Gorelik

Words cannot express my love for you. You have been my best friend for many years – our connection to each other was quite unexpected ‐ and magical. You and I define “b’shert” – we are soulmates – destined to be together – and for a reason, I do not understand, and cannot grasp, you […]

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Good Schools Aren’t the Secret to Israel’s High-Tech Boom

By Bob Gorelik

This is a re-post fromWSJ by NAFTALI BENNETT I am often asked how a country the size of New Jersey, with fewer residents than New York City, became a global high-tech force. In a dynamic world, where innovation and adaptation are crucial, everyone wants to know Israel’s secret educational ingredient.

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Remember the Past to Build the Future (A Thought for Purim)

By Bob Gorelik

This is a re-post from Rabbi Sacks If you’re driving through a Jewish area this Saturday night or Sunday, don’t be surprised if you see lots of children in the streets wearing fancy dress and masks, or people going from house to house delivering presents of food and drink. The reason is that we’ll be […]

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